Darwin Awards are given to people whose lack of common sense often removes them from the gene pool. And the award goes to…
Boating and Sailing
The high winds experienced in Northeast Florida on Saturday churned up the waters at the Fernandina Beach Harbor Marina.
WESTREC Marinas Announces Fernandina Harbor Marina Management Agreement Unanimously Approved – Operations to take Effect 15 January 2010
Being the first port in Florida, Amelia Island has deep water, a wide channel, lots of dock-age (over 1800‚Äô of breakwater), fuel, lounge and laundry facilities, great shopping, restaurants and much more.
Florida wildlife officials are urging boaters to be on the lookout for manatees that are migrating to warmer waters for the winter.
I have received several e-mails over the past couple of weeks from people who’d like to take up boating and the need to understand nautical charts.
County Commissioner Norman Bray said it best taking our slogan back from Jacksonville, because this community truly is, “Where Florida Begins!”
Most boaters have little to no issues when it comes to maintaining their boats, however when it comes to trailers most have no clue as to what to look for or how to address problems or potential problems.
One huge misconception is that bilge pumps are on a boat as a life safety feature and can save a boat from sinking.
Your outboard must have the right propeller for 100% efficiency.
This hurricane season is pronounced “a dead duck”. This story will tell you different. It only takes one, be prepared.
Boating around Amelia Island is a summer sport that many take advantage of, but did you realize that NE Florida offers year round boating?
Located on the St. Johns River right next to the St. Johns River ferry you will find a restaurant with a small marina, great views and wonderful food. The Sand Dollar restaurant has been a local favorite for years and